The property has a very nice pool and water wall. The place was booked with Spring Training fans. The location of the place is not that convenient. We booked a junior suite. The beds were comfortable but i found blood stain in the sheet. This is quite disturbing because I read another review for ...
Thought we had a handicap accessible room through booking site. Got there and did not have such available. To get, for sure, an accessible room I guess we would call direct rather than use an internet booking site. Believe me it was a bummer. The property is quite nice and we would stay there again ...
This is an old, un-repaired property. They are not cheap, have a heavy flow of guests, very under staffed. They could do a lot better considering the amount of revenue they are generating.
Exactly as described, this is not the best hotel but the amenities are ok, lightbulbs could be replaced, but this place has good staff to clean, it has a pool, and is conveniently located 6 minutes to downtown and 8 minutes to the airport by car. For the price, you cannot go wrong. Some homeless ...
The Arizona capital combines vestiges of the Old West, Spanish colonial influences, and Native American traditions with cosmopolitan elegance. Ensconced in the Valley of the Sun, the colorful desert landscape of red buttes around Phoenix inspired the talents of Louis L'Amour, John Ford and Frank Lloyd Wright. The warm, dry climate and modern southwestern backdrop is the ideal setting for a romantic weekend getaway, extended family vacation or corporate business event.
In addition to incredible natural surroundings, Phoenix boasts inspiring cultural attractions, emerald-green golf courses, and major league sports venues, as well as fashionable boutiques, trendy restaurants and an exciting nightlife.
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Visitors to Phoenix enjoy a range of festivals throughout the year, with the largest being the annual State Fair held in October. Other special events include a major college bowl game in January and the Phoenix Film Festival in March. Phoenix comes alive when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series comes to town in November and February.
Many Phoenix hotels are conveniently positioned in the city's center, close to major attractions and business centers, and a short journey to the picturesque outskirts. The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown hotel is just one of these accommodations, with luxurious sophisticated comforts and the nearby Phoenix Zoo.
Bordering the city's suburbs, hotels in the north of Phoenix offer visitors a chance to quickly escape in the rural landscape, and are only a short drive from the city center. Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort sits on a mountainous setting, with an award-winning Different Pointe of View restaurant.
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